My City Talk column today covers the proposed Christ Church Anglican parish house and sanctuary at the northeast corner of Drayton and 37th streets in Savannah. Many of you know the corner — much of that entire block has been…
I really don’t see how we get through this political dysfunction until a much larger percentage of voters understands that there simply isn’t money to address the very real transportation needs that we face.
The lineup for Lollapalooza, slated for August 2-4 in Chicago’s Grant Park, was released earlier today.
Headliners include The Cure, Mumford & Sons, The Killers, Nine Inch Nails, Phoenix, The Postal Service, Vampire Weekend, New Order, Queens of the Stone Age, The National, and The Lumineers.
There are a fair number of acts that have played Savannah in recent years, and it’s also worth noting that Baroness will be playing Lollapalooza.
From an incredibly entertaining piece at Slate, Boston police catfishing indie rockers: Cops pose as punks on the Internet: A recently passed nuisance control ordinance has spurred a citywide crackdown on house shows—concerts played in private homes, rather than in…
Human beings have often grabbed onto the idea that we’re living in exceptional times, that we’re living on the verge of the end of the world. I think that apocalyptic impulse has risen with the economic frights of the last few years.
And I agree with Stockman on some of his points, including that the stock market is being propped up by Fed policy. But I don’t see any sign of the economy unraveling as Stockman seems to believe so fervently.
A word of caution, however. While I know and respect about half the 15 board members selected so far, it seems odd that the entire list, I believe, is made up of men. On its face, that seems like a rather serious issue.
JinHi Soucy Rand founded Muse Arts Warehouse just over three years ago, and in that short span the venue has proven indispensable to the Savannah arts community.